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Virginia Camping at it's Best!

We are glad you found us! Virginia Campers is a small group of campers, that continues to grow. We have been around for about 5 years. Whether you're here to camp with other folks or just want or need information about camping this is the place. You can also find information on places to avoid, Yes, believe it or not Virginia has some less than desirable campgrounds. Also, we do not care what you camp in, be it Class A or a Tent, Everyone is Welcome!!

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Woolly Matt
July 01, 2015, 04:57:04 AM by Woolly Matt
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 :bannana: Hey Everyone, now that life has slowed for a spell, me and the wife will be tenting this weekend 7/4-7/6 at North Bend State Park. We'll be in at 147 C. Just look for our site flag and if anyone is in the neighborhood please feel free to stop by and say hi. It would be great to finally meet some of you.  :tent:
mikebreeze
June 24, 2015, 08:28:29 PM by mikebreeze
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This is another campground that I checked out for users of the Mason-Dixon Trail in PA.  This campground is about 1.5 miles north of where the trail crosses US15 at Century Lane/Cabin Hollow RD S of Dillsburg, PA.  72 sites, all have water and 30/50A service.  The electric hookups looked fairly new.  No sewer but they have a dump station.  No cable or wi-fi.  The rate is $30.00.  Here are the pros and cons of this campground:

Pros-
Friendly staff
Good Verizon Cell signal
Nice pool, bath house and hot showers

Cons-
No sewer service, you have to use the dump station.
It's a bit confusing as this place goes under the names Kings Campground and Kings Kids Campground.
No cable or wifi.  But I had a Dish and a Hot Spot.

I was a bit apprehensive about staying here as the campground does have a religious affiliation.  However, no one tried to hard sell me to convert or go to any meetings.  So I was happy.  Of the two campgrounds that I have stayed at this week, this one is the better of the two.
mikebreeze
June 24, 2015, 05:06:37 PM by mikebreeze
Views: 125 | Comments: 1

I was doing a recon for campgrounds near the Mason-Dixon Trail in PA that long distance hikers could camp at.  I'll review this and one other campground in this area.  Wilmar Manor is a property consisting of mobile homes, manufactured homes, RV sites and tent sites. The RV and tent sites are at the back of the property.  44 RV/tent sites, all have electric, water and sewer.  There is also Wi-Fi.  I will give the pro's and cons of this campground:

Pros-
Beautiful tent camping sites
Passport America price was $18
The camp host was very nice and explained a lot about the campground and the area.

Cons-
The pool had not opened yet because of a leak, so the bathhouse was also closed.
The grass at my site was knee high.  I had to pull weeds to find the sewer cap.
There were cable hookups that didn't work.  My neighbor later told me that the campground didn't have cable.  Then why the hookups?  So I hooked up the Tailgater.

There is a creek behind the property that appears to have overflowed it's banks just recently during one of those bad storms that we have been experiencing.

So while this looks like a nice place for backpackers to camp at it is my opinion that one of the many campgrounds in Gettysburg, which is about 24  miles south, would be a better destination for RV'ers.
Camper 1
June 21, 2015, 08:53:53 PM by Camper 1
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Headed to the Hagerstown KOA this weekend. Stop by and say hi, the  VA flag will be flying. :A13:
June 15, 2015, 10:07:49 PM by foxdup1 | Views: 479 | Comments: 4

New to your web page thanks for having us. Want to spend 2016 from March to November in or near VA Beach, children and grandchildren are there. And we are going full time in our 5th wheel this November. We want to have a good value nothing fancy, pet friendly because we have a small dog and would like full hookups if possible. Jets are of little concern we have been here before staying in s&b so we are familiar with the noise. I am not military so can't take advantage of that.
 Living in Kansas City spending the winter in Florida then to VA. If you know of a long term park that is a decent value not to far from the city of VA Beach drop a name of the park so I can check it out.  We will fly in this Thursday 6/18/15 and hope to see a couple parks while we are there.  Thanks in advance.
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